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Welcome to Healthy Siberian Kittens, where breeding Healthy Siberian Kittens is no small or big deal. I am a full service breeder of the most exciting family members in Siberian Kittens. If you are looking for a lifelong friend, you have found the right place. We are a breeder of hypoallergenic Siberian Cats & hypo-allergenic Kittens raised with love and care. All of our kittens are sold as pets only with a spay neuter contract and a written health guarantee. Croshka is a registered member of TICA (The International Cat Association). TICA came out and checked my kennel and cats, and found everything good, and all my cats healthy.


Since the very beginning, my love for the Siberian Kitten breed was very strong. With their unmistaken beauty and love for life, my cats have enriched mine and my wifes life. I raise cute Siberian Kittens of all colors and all hair coats. I strive to provide all of my clients with a top notch Siberian Kitten that will bring out that same feeling in them and start a lifelong passion for the breed. One of my little guys can warm any home or heart and bring joy to almost any one they come across.

Available Kittens

WHY SIBERIAN CATS?


Got Allergies?


HYPOALLERGENIC!

After many years of breeding Siberians and having many people visiting my home, I started to notice that people with cat allergies could tolerate the Siberian. I myself am allergic to cats and I have no problem with them. Some Siberian breeders have thought that the Siberians may have reduced cat allergens called FEL D1. This allergen is extremely potent. Secretions from the glands of the skin are the primary source of FEL D1, but it is also deposited on the fur through the saliva when they clean themselves.

VERY AFFECTIONATE!

The Siberians have a wonderful dog like purrrrrrrsonality and they are very affectionate!!! A Siberian never runs off and hides under a chair or bed when seeing a stranger. Unlike many breeds this breed will come over and greet the stranger. They are very intelligent and learn quickly and even “problem solve” to get what they want. They love to be spoken to and will come running if called by name.

Some Of Our Available Siberian Kittens!

Siberians are considered dog-like due to the amount of affection they show their owners. They are guaranteed to follow their humans around the house, pretty much like a shadow. Loving, smart, with a huge need for attention and interaction, this breed is one of the best family pets, as they cannot get enough human companionship.

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LILI | Available

Breed : Siberian Kitten

Current Age : 10 Weeks Old

Sex : Female

Vaccinations : Up-to-Date on age appropriate vaccines

TICA Registered : Yes

Delivery : Delivery to other states is available

Food : Royal Canin for kittens (dry food and soft food in cans)

Description : De-wormed x 2, Registered, Starter bag of food, Veterinarian examination, 1-year Genetic Health Guarantee, Microchipped, Lifetime support.

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LOLA | Available

Breed : Siberian Kitten

Current Age : 10 Weeks Old

Sex : Female

Vaccinations : Up-to-Date on age appropriate vaccines

TICA Registered : Yes

Delivery : Delivery to other states is available

Food : Royal Canin for kittens (dry food and soft food in cans)

Description : De-wormed x 2, Registered, Starter bag of food, Veterinarian examination, 1-year Genetic Health Guarantee, Microchipped, Lifetime support.

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MICKY | Available

Breed : Siberian Kitten

Current Age : 10 Weeks Old

Sex : Male

Vaccinations : Up-to-Date on age appropriate vaccines

TICA Registered : Yes

Delivery : Delivery to other states is available

Food : Royal Canin for kittens (dry food and soft food in cans)

Description : De-wormed x 2, Registered, Starter bag of food, Veterinarian examination, 1-year Genetic Health Guarantee, Microchipped, Lifetime support.

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MOCHI | Available

Breed : Siberian Kitten

Current Age : 10 Weeks Old

Sex : Female

Vaccinations : Up-to-Date on age appropriate vaccines

TICA Registered : Yes

Delivery : Delivery to other states is available

Food : Royal Canin for kittens (dry food and soft food in cans)

Description : De-wormed x 2, Registered, Starter bag of food, Veterinarian examination, 1-year Genetic Health Guarantee, Microchipped, Lifetime support.

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NIKKI | Available

Breed : Siberian Kitten

Current Age : 10 Weeks Old

Sex : Female

Vaccinations : Up-to-Date on age appropriate vaccines

TICA Registered : Yes

Delivery : Delivery to other states is available

Food : Royal Canin for kittens (dry food and soft food in cans)

Description : De-wormed x 2, Registered, Starter bag of food, Veterinarian examination, 1-year Genetic Health Guarantee, Microchipped, Lifetime support.

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YURI | Available

Breed : Siberian Kitten

Current Age : 10 Weeks Old

Sex : Male

Vaccinations : Up-to-Date on age appropriate vaccines

TICA Registered : Yes

Delivery : Delivery to other states is available

Food : Royal Canin for kittens (dry food and soft food in cans)

Description : De-wormed x 2, Registered, Starter bag of food, Veterinarian examination, 1-year Genetic Health Guarantee, Microchipped, Lifetime support.

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Healthy Siberian Kittens for sale

Why Healthy Siberian Kittens?

My Kittens are my love and passion, not a business. They are and forever will be the centre-part of my home. I do expect each and every kitten I place in their forever homes to have the care they would have with me – if not better.

Health Guaranteed!

All our Available Kittens are registered and come with a health guarantee of 6 months . All of our babies are of high-quality! You’ve come to the right place.

We Deliver Quality!

We provide some of the highest quality Kittens with best health history. You won't find the look here in the states that they are known for there.

Always On support!

We are known for and are proud of maintaining open lines of communication with our customers and welcome your feedback.

We Are Passionate!

Our cuties have such great temperaments. They are very quickly becoming one of the greatest family cats around!

Who Are We?

At the Healthy Siberian Kittens, we promise a Kitten experience like no other. We specialize in purebreds, desirable pure-breeds and a variety of larger and specialty breeds as well. All in a relaxed, intimate setting. We also offer premium pet merchandise in our unique boutique filled with the highest quality, most exclusive pet accessories and supplies available..
Owning a Siberian cat is very pleasurable rewarding and life changing experience. The Siberian will become your best friend, confidante, problem-solver, and your house clown. Siberian are one of the most ancient breeds, began as the Russian forest cat. There are images of them roaming the Siberian Taiga (forestland) even today and they are reported in large numbers in the wild, Siberian outlying territories..

Siberian Cat Breed!

This friendly and affectionate feline will follow you around as you go about your day, and purr in your lap as you comb her coat. Siberian Cats love their humans but aren’t shy around strangers. Siberian come in a full spectrum of colors and patterns.

Temperament!

They’re an active and playful breed, enjoying games like fetch and learning tricks that stimulate them mentally. Their athleticism allows them to climb and perch themselves from the highest heights. This bold cat loves to play with water and gets along well with other pets and children.

Our Kittens!

The Siberian’s head is wedge-shaped with soft contours, topped by medium to large tufted ears. Their nearly round eyes range from shades of green to gold to copper, though white Siberians or those with white markings or patches may have blue eyes or eyes of different colors. Strong-boned legs and round, tufted paws support their muscular body and long, thick tail.

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History of the Siberian Forest Cat

An ancient long-haired breed now popular in the United States is far from new to the Asian continent and Europe. The Siberian Forest Cat is sometimes referred to as simply the “Siberian Cat”.
Siberians were common cats roaming the Russian markets and the countryside of their homeland of Siberia. Cats were first brought into Russia by Nobles because they were considered to be exotic pets and these cats also played a practical role on farms as rodent control. The domestic cats mated with the European and Asian wild cats (Felis Silvestris) that were already there. Only a few of those cats were strong enough to adapt to the harsh Siberian climate. Russian immigrants carried them as they journeyed to cold Moscow and St. Petersburg leaving the cold inhospitable climate of the North. The breed continued to survive the harsh winters and climate and developed a thick fur and waterproof, oily coat. During this time no one bothered to develop the Siberian into a pedigreed cat. Russia did not allow citizens to own any kind of household pet, pedigreed or otherwise, because of the food shortage.
Despite the fact that the Siberian is a natural breed and is the national cat of Russia, its familiar presence allows it to be taken for granted rather than worthy of note in Russian literature. Finding written information in Russia is understandably fairly difficult.
Many stories have been told about this breed which we are not sure are true today. The Siberian Cats first appeared in recorded history in the year 1000 AD. The breed, as it spread throughout Europe, has been documented and mentioned in Russian fairy tales and children’s books. The Siberian’s were also noted in Harrison Weir’s late-nineteenth-century book, “Our Cats and All About Them”, as one of the three longhairs represented at the first cat show held in England in 1871. The second written proof was in 1925 from the book “Brehms Tierleben” where a stocky longhaired red cat named Tobolsker coming from the Caucasus is mentioned. Siberians can be found in Russian paintings that are hundreds of years old.
Also in Russian folklore, these magnificent cats made their homes in Russian monasteries. In the monasteries, they would walk along the high beams and use their speed, strength, and agility. The Siberians would be on the lookout for intruders, and yet show the monks loyal and loving companionship. The Siberian is also Russia’s native cat. With all of this information, we all can see that it is not a new breed to Europe.
In later years after the end of the cold war in Russia, cat clubs became fashionable, and citizens were allowed to own pets. Many cat clubs developed and one is St. Petersburg Kotofei (pronounced COT-ah-fay), which is a division of ACFA. Kotofei, named after a fabled Russian character that had the head of a cat, is one of the few Russian cat clubs that extended official pedigrees. It wasn’t until 1987 that Kotofei was formed and breeding records started being kept. The first cat show in Moscow was held in 1988. Since then many new cat clubs and registries have developed.
In June of 1990 a Himalayan breeder named Elizabeth Terrell who lived in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and a materials engineer from Hackensack, New Jersey, named David Boehm both began negotiations with Russian breeders. Mrs. Terrell was in a cultural exchange of two breeds not known in either region. She had two Himalayans sent to Russia in exchange for some Siberians. Mrs. Terrell saw a 1988 article in a Himalayan breed publication that asked if any American breeders would be willing to send Himalayans to Russia to help get that breed established there. Meanwhile, David Boehm had read an article about the Siberian Cats written by a woman in West Germany. Later he learned that she was coming that year to the States exhibiting two of her Siberians at the ACFA international show. After speaking to her at the show he decided to go to Russia himself and get some Siberians and bring them back. As he arrived in Moscow three Siberian kittens departed the airport bound for the United States. The three kittens were being shipped to Elizabeth Terrell. After much searching, he arrived back home with many Siberians of his own. From all of these many long hours and communication with the Russians, the United States now had the Siberian Cat.